Stephanie will be working a hybrid schedule during fall semester. She will be in her office in Stokes 107D on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursday; and working from home on Wednesdays and Fridays.
To schedule a meeting in person or via Zoom, reach out by email (szukerma [at] haverford.edu).
Stephanie Zukerman is a lifelong Philadelphian with family roots in the Caribbean. Through her master’s thesis, Trini to de Bone: The Impact of Migration on the Cultural Identities of Trinidadian Immigrants in Philadelphia, PA., Stephanie explored the impact of migration on the cultural identities of Trinidadian immigrants in the U.S. Stephanie oversees the Center's international internship program, student-initiated international research, faculty-led programs abroad, and international health, safety, and security. Before joining Haverford College in 2008, Stephanie spent several years managing an African art gallery. She received her B.A. in art history from Temple University with a concentration in non-western arts and earned an M.A. in Intercultural Relations from the Intercultural Communication Institute and the University of the Pacific.